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Biden needs to reverse damaging agenda

FILE - Cars line up at a Sunoco gas station offering high-level ethanol-gasoline blends at a cost below regular gasoline, on April 13, 2022, in Delray Beach, Fla. Just as Americans gear up for summer road trips, the price of oil remains stubbornly high, pushing prices at the gas pump to painful heights. AAA said Tuesday, May 10, 2022, drivers are paying $4.37 for a gallon of regular gasoline. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier, File)

Ethanol and Inflation

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Francesco Vaia, Spallanzani infectious disease hospital director, talks to reporters during a press conference, in Rome, Friday, May 20, 2022. Vaia said that three cases of monkeypox have been confirmed and isolated at the Spallanzani hospital in two patients who traveled to the Canary islands and one to Vienna. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Monkeypox Marxism makes its move

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President Biden, the World Health Organization, members of corporate media and governing authorities in select nations all concur: Emerging monkeypox is an emerging challenge that could emerge as the next big concern. For gay men, anyway. But on that -- shhhh.

'Racist' smear a midterm ploy

The racist mass murderer in Buffalo, New York, was inspired by replacement theory -- but that is hardly mainstream Republican Party policy, as so many commentators are implying ("The law, racism and promoting America at its worst," Web, May 18). Scapegoating Republicans for murderous, racist events is an ideological exigency for Democrats as the midterm elections loom.

A planned shortage?

Abbott Labs' Sturgis, Michigan, baby formula plant shut down in February, and the Biden administration waited three months until formula supplies dwindled to panic levels before invoking the Defense Production Act? It's like President Biden was oblivious to the easily anticipated result of the closing of the largest baby-formula facility in the country and created yet another supply-chain issue of mortal consequences.

Aliens in Congress?

According to "OSS Society revisits, honors Operation Overlord" (Web, May 18), "the 2019 Gallup poll found that 49% of the respondents agreed there are 'people somewhat like ourselves' living on other planets." Could some already be on our planet?

Term limit or no, infringement a problem

Term limits for Supreme Court justices may require an amendment to our Constitution ("Nearly 70% of Americans support term limits for Supreme Court justices," Web, May 18). If they do, the revision should also consider whether a simple majority of justices should have the authority to infringe upon an individual's right to life, liberty or property until that simple majority is effectively nullified.

Jealous of Melania

It comes as no surprise that the acerbic-tongued, matronly women of "The View" would mock former first lady Melania Trump after the latter criticized Vogue (during an interview with Fox News host Pete Hegseth) for not featuring her on its cover during her time in the White House ("'Never say never': Melania Trump teases 2024 run, calls Vogue 'biased' after snub," Web, May 15).

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